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it with my... sppoooooonnnnn haaaaaands! what? i can't hear you... talk into my elbow! brrrrr. and paul says.. it's gonna get even colder. paul? >>> this is kpix 5 news. >>> one word for tonight, brrr. paul says it's going to get even colder. paul. >> the temperatures outside right now would already be well below normal, and we still have about 7 more hours of coolinging to go. it is 41 right now in fremont. 38 already in palo alto and napa. 37 walnut creek just 3 degrees above freegz. speak of freezing, all those counties, which is every county except for san francisco either has a freeze warning tonight or tomorrow night. it's the north bay north of the golden gate north of vallejo tonight under the freeze warng. we all get it coming um tomorrow. a sampling of some of the lows tomorrow morning, santa rosa you will drop down to 28. mrez santon right around the freezing mark in sunny vail 35 degrees. the cold front passed by today. we are cold. it will actually get colder. cold enough for snow pa perhaps. take a look at mount diablo. that was the view last november. let's talk about the chan
. >> the generosity of paul walker only learned about after he died. about a smart brock? a new technology could keep your weight down. and a major captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- sent both new at noon, the fbi is -- sent by new england, the fbi is discussing the impact of sequestration on its operations. that terrorists do not get furloughed. cyber hackers do not get furloughed. gang leaders do not get furloughed. this is an unacceptable thing to furlough active fbi agents. a $700fbi is projecting million cut in its 2014 budget, and agents are calling on congress to reach a deal. family filing a lawsuit against to government agencies and government on tractors. mary knight's family says that the agencies ignored red flag warnings about the mental stability of the navy yard shooter. this is the first lawsuit in the aftermath of the deadly shooting rampage. >> where people were killed in the train derailment this weekend and 60 others injured. driver caught himself too late. it was going 82 miles per hour during a 30 mile per hour turn. happening now -- first lady mic
, the man accused of going on a deadly rampage at l.a.x. will make his first court appearance. paul seeinvestigators say he targeted tsa officers when he pulled a semi-automatic rifle from a bag and opened fire inside terminal three on november 1. one tsa agent was killed. >> time for a closer look at weather. chilly. >> yes, very cold around parts of the bay area. feels nice, like the season finally looks like that cold air is sitting overhead now we'll see colder temperatures to come. out the door we go, temperatures chilly in spots. winds beginning to subside in some of the spots so the temperatures now getting colder. 31 in concord. 38 san jose. 30 san rafael and 30 in santa rosa. freeze warnings up for almost the entire bay area. expect lows to be dropping off in the 20s and 30s in many spots inland even 30s inside the bay. then looks like by the afternoon we'll keep you cool too highs only expected in the 50s maybe some 40s across some of the mountaintops. a little cooler tomorrow. then maybe some rain and maybe some snow on our mountains on friday. we'll have more on that in
. >> wonderful to have him as our guest in that hour, eric. a lot on the agenda with senator rand paul of kentucky discussing the possibility of a 2016 presidential run, and also his latest thoughts on obama care. all of that with our chris wallace on fox news sunday. we'll give you a preview coming up. >> and that wick udstorm that's still barreling across the country, moving east. there are dangerous conditions alongside that. we'll have the full forecast for what we need to know on this wintry, stormy sunday here on the fox news channel. stay with us. [ coughs, sneezes ] i have a big meeting when we land, but i am so stuffed up, i can't rest. [ male announcer ] nyquil cold and flu liquid gels don't unstuff your nose. they don't? alka seltzer plus night fights your worst cold symptoms, plus has a decongestant. [ inhales deeply ] oh. what a relief it is. like scoring the perfect table? ♪ or getting a better seat? ♪ or let's say there's an accident. if you he esurance, you can use their mobile app to start a claim... upload a few photos... anget your money fast. maybe that doesn't
paul and the drone issues and the hearings and then people visiting for the congress people. do you think events are a shift in the drone strikes or are they drops in the buckets. >> i felt embarrassed as an american when he had the pakistan and yemen family members of drone strike victims and only a handful of congressmen showed up. he is an incredible man and is on a panel with academics and was asked almost no questions. i don't think it represents a shift. i think congressman grace credit and congressman myers and lee has been-spoken on this. you raise rand paul and this is fascinating thing that has happened. rand paul did something i think congressional democrats should have done and that is to shutdown the congress and say let's take a stock of how far we have gone. we have a president who won the noble prize and saying he has the right to assassinate a united states citizen. rand paul is against everything i am in favor in. but on these he is right. but when people like sarah palin starts tweeting against drones that is political. she is riding around in the helicopter shoo
reports it will soon release the results of an autopsy on actor paul walker. in fact we could get it as early as today. paul walker died saturday when a porsche in which he was riding crashed into a tree in los angeles and burst into name investigators have said all along that speed was indeed a factor. medical examiners say paul walker runs body, along with the driver's body, are unidentifiable. they're reportedly waiting for paul walker's dental records to normally identify his remains. >> the engineer in this week's deadly commuter train crash in new york city is now said to be the focus of the investigation and that's comes amid numerous reports the may have not been pull fully alert at the controls, exactly what he said? we'll take you through the reports and the disastrous finnish the live report as the investigators continue their difficult job. that's coming right up from the fox news deck on this tuesday afternoon. keeping up with these two is more than a full time job and i don't have time for unreliable companies. angie's list definitely saves me time and money. for ove
be at hand. maybe. there is a catch. it is senator pae eor patty mur is working with paul ryan on this. you might remember him from the big deficit reduction in 2010. he was part of that and he killed it. also the big bipartisan gang of six. he was part of that ena he killed it. he was about part of the grand bargain in 2011 which was killed by paul ryan. so yes, patty murray and paul ryan are reportedly close to a deal that would kill the sequester, get us a budget, and all sorts of reasonable things that everybody in washington says they want. paul ryan's history of working on deals like this is he likes to be seen working on them before he breaks free and calls them impure and kills what he helped to negotiate. i'm not getting excited about this yet. initial reports are positive, long term prospects are dim. even the babiest of babe steps are steps. in a year like this one, a congress like this one, the most meager signs of progress must be nurtured. so you can see like right here i can just... you know, check my policy here, add a car, ah speak to customer service, check on a claim...yo
of view from rand paul of kentucky, saying that by extending it, it's actually a disservice because statistically those who are the longest unemployed are the hardest to employ, so pushing them into a category where they may be less attractive to future employers. democrats say there aren't the jobs in what has been a protected recession and that people need this help. there are state level benefits and federal benefits and a smaller number of people who have exhausted all of that who are really at risk for this when it happens. the deadline, december 28th, is it possible it can get rolled into a budget discussion? that is certainly being discussed but the momentum towards seeing this being a critical part of the discussion has not bubbled up yet. the white house wants to see an extension. democrats are pushing for it. but they are also saying it's possible the big budget issue of keeping the government open to avoid a shutdown, that that would not necessarily have to have this extension to go forward, making it that much harder to make this the kind of critical issue that would mak
news" shows the generous of the late actor paul walker. ten years ago newly engaged couple walked into a jewelry store shopping for an engagement ring. walker struck up a conversation with kyle when he learned kyle served in iraq. the couple left without a ring because of the $10,000 sticker price but walker bought it for them and asked to remain nameless. store employee felt now was the perfect time to reveal paul walker's act of congress. >>> a woman from ontario became a surprise millionaire ever misplacing a winning lottery ticket. they spent a year track down catherine jones. the best part, jones doesn't remember buying the ticket and was unaware she won before being approached by lottery officials. one time when you might want to be tracked down by officials. >> let's go down politico. with us the chief white house correspondent is mike allen. good morning. tell us about top story this morning, gop men your headline says tutored in running against women. explain what's going on here. >> well, the first step is admitting you have a problem. that's what republicans are doing h
's pushed down. there is some secret new plan for paul ryan. anyway, the president's confronted the problems with the law's website. saying it would be vastly improved by december 1st which was yesterday. complaining about errors with registrations. but overall the president's fixer told reporters that it was night and day from where it was on october 1st. well, here's a look at what's been done. traffic problems are tremendously better than they were back in october. the site can now handle roughly 800,000 users every day. that's 800,000. more than two-thirds of the required repairs have been completed. that's a big number when you consider the fact that 600 problems were identified originally. and most importantly the website is far more stable. it's now fully functional more than 90% of the time. so here we have all this news. how's the republican party going to go on this though? they're going to attack the website. the website is beginning to work effectively. what are they going to attack next? >> i think they're going to keep attacking the idea of obama care. they're going to keep say
and frustration. >>> out of the shadow of his death, we are learning of paul walker's act of kindness for a military man and his fiancee. >>> and how your complaints to an airline could come back to haunt you. ,, they're taking to the streef palo alto.. because they ju learned their jo >>> and now at 6:30, the bay area street sweepers are pounding the pavement out of disgust. they are taking to the streets of palo alto because they just learned their jobs may be outsourced to save the city cash. >> reporter: dozen street sweepers and their supporters coming out to city hall to protest the proposed elimination of their jobs at busiest time of the year for them. positions here with the citd re private >> reporter: street sweepers in palo alto were like turkeys and football players it wouldn't be fall without them. >> these people have been here years and years and have experience and they know their job, and they take pride in their job. >> reporter: and in a city like palo alto, it's a big job. take a look at the size of those piles of the leaves swept up from the streets and gutters o
, then you're a prime candidate for the annual contest. paul brennan remembered to go along too. >> there are people in this room who can memorize the order of more than 20 packs of playing cards. recall more than 300 random spoken numbers. and remember a sequence of binary numbers more than 4,000 digits long. it seems unbelievable until you see them do it. >> it's boring sitting and looking at numbers but the truth is that during the memorization time, we create a lot of pictures, sounds in our minds, our mind because our memory is really colorful and is really, really something occupying yeah. >> during ten separate trials of recall there is the world reig reigning champion and a smattering of other champions. the philippines is well represented despite last month's devastating typhoon. what's remarkable is not only the feats of concentration, but the spread of the sport in recent years. more than 30 countries are represented at this world championships, including for the first time, countries such as algeria. meet algeria's reignin reigning. reigning champion. memory challeng
the book. my question is for you is given things like rand paul and the drone issues and the hearings and then people visiting for the congress people. do you think events are a shift in the drone strikes or are they drops in the buckets. >> i felt embarrassed as an american when he had the pakistan and yemen family members of drone strike victims and only a handful of congressmen showed up. he is an incredible man and is on a panel with academics and was asked almost no questions. i don't think it represents a shift. i think congressman grace credit and congressman myers and lee has been-spoken on this. you raise rand paul and this is fascinating thing that has happened. rand paul did something i think congressional democrats should have done and that is to shutdown the congress and say let's take a stock of how far we have gone. we have a president who won the noble prize and saying he has the right to assassinate a united states citizen. rand paul is against everything i am in favor in. but on these he is right. but when people like sarah palin starts tweeting against drones that
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into the history ukraine was toppled. paul moss soviet union and the ticket and connie although ukraine was closely related to think on the all of the old soviet union. and the toe of the soviet union collapsed. economic ties still exist. and the ukraine he used to be and is not with a great article on call roster. on the other hand the new korean trades with your. and. the there is another dilemma. listen up of ukraine especially the us he's with me the two joined the european zone. and since we bought the old ukraine is more related to watch. and that there is a villain. whom to choose. russia all. your for the time being everything is dictated by the economy and economic situation is worsening. from that today. all the people we don't resemble the energy supply is you usually came from. usually came from russia. and the tasty bits and. this year. this is beyond the core me all you create. and for the time being the ukraine to compose of course it does there are internal affair. we should say. who's right who's wrong that and decide for themselves. a slate of all words and a drunk have reached an
tt paul cave administrative buildings is preventing of the approved the twenty fourteen budgetack of an impact on state salaries and so father was the son of the rallies a plaything thousands of pro government has descended on the capital and towns across the east of the country's roads make their voices said. but recent polls suggest ukraine a shop the divided on the ship eu integration. as i'm still in use will more than seventy percent of people in the west to the country favourite regular viewer the figure drops t below thirty percent in the east. otrselie but if i happened those in the east would be likely to support the government. i think. if there is true eu neo aren't devotion. they would be up through customs union production comfortable so it would be the puffed with the civil war. because let's face it. ina with the industrial base in the east. they know that if they joined the eu package they would of course they will never join the eu itself they would lose of customs religious and russia and their industrial goods which are still being exposed the corruption in inc
on "today." >> we will begin this half hour with a tragic death of paul walker. production on the next installment of his "fast & furious" is on hold. nbc's jason kennedy has the story. >> reporter: the initial autopsy findings reveal that paul walker died from combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries and burns. the driver of that 2005 porsche roger rodas died from multiple traumatic injuries. last night, the cast and crew of "fast & furious" posted a tribute to the 40-year-old actor on facebook. >> the most important thing in life always are the people in this room. >> reporter: it came shortly after universal pictures nbc's sister company announced it would shut down production on "fast and furious 7" for a period of time. the franchise was expected to be released summer 2014 and while fans continue to pay tribute across the globe. walker is remembered by one couple in particular. >> we had gone to santa barbara for the weekend. i had just gotten back from iraq. i wanted to get away from it all. next thing i know i'm sitting next to paul walker. >> reporter: they met him sh
solutions that get government out of the way. we will bring you live remarks from kentucky senator rand paul speaking at the detroit economic club at 12:35 eastern right here on c-span feared also life during the 12:00 our on c-span2, discussion on hospital admission policies for medicare patients and how that impacts out-of- pocket expenses at 12:15 eastern. also at 12:15 on c-span3, for presidentialan candidate john huntsman and evan bayh will speak about politics. they are cochairs of a group called no labels. again, today at 12:15 eastern. you can feed on c-span3. -- you can see it on c-span3. >> i am a combat vet. i served in the navy for seven years before i was medically retired. i contracted a terminal lung of these in iraq. i also crushed both of my hands, parts of my hand and had to have my hands rebuilt. i am 100% disabled. i can no longer work, and my life expectancy down is probably less than two years. my husband is my primary caregiver. i don't need anything from the va any longer. my comp located claim took four years to adjudicate. not once enough for years that i ever prese
. if we could get that off the table, let's say paul ryan and murray are able to come to a miniscule agreement. showing that there are some middle ground seekers in both parties. i think that would improve consumer confidence. it is not a great economy. we're still coming out of a deep downturn. the reason people don't feel that confidence is because we haven't had that much growth. >> i want to give you the final word will. >> where does it go for november? it gives you grid lock. whether you point fingers at shutdowns or regulations, it is what's going on in washington. every time they tie themselves in knots we get a chance at recovery. >> are you being facetious a little bit? >> there is a lot of truth to that. we haven't seen any new bad news and the economy recovers. >> all right. now i get you. thank you both so much. have a great weekend. >>> next, an american teacher gunned down in benghazi, libya. what was he doing? we'll talk to a close friend. then, what has everyone so worked but that the sound of music live? plus, a plane versus 50-mile-per-hour wind gusts. every day we
, kentucky senator rand paul was asked about unemployment benefits. here is his response. >> i do support unemployment benefits for the 26 weeks they are paid for. if extended beyond that you do a disservice to these workers. a study came out a few months ago that said if you had a worker who is unemployed for four weeks and went to 99 weeks, who would you hire? nearly 100% said that they would always hire the person who had been out of work for only four weeks. when you allow a person to become unemployed for 99 weeks, you allow them to become part of the perpetually unemployed in our economy and pilot seemed good, it does a disservice to the people you are trying to help. black unemployment in america has doubled white unemployment and has not budgeted under this president. a lot of african-americans voted for them, but i do not think it is working. >> how do you persuade the african-american voter that in the inner-city you will not spend more government money, you are going to vote to let the unemployment benefits lapse? how do you persuade the black voter that this is good for them,
denies drag racing played a part in the death of fast and furious franchise star paul walker. los angeles county havi ay inves say they are pursuing the possibility this car was racing. look at this with me. this is a photograph that shows walker just next to this porsche in which he ultimately died in. a 2005 carrera gt, and as more and more details come
at los angeles international airport has made his first court appearance. paul ciancia entered no plea today to charges he killed an airport security officer and wounded three other people last month. he was denied bail. the 23-year-old suspect was wounded by police during the attack. in economic news, a survey of leading corporate chief executives found they're more optimistic and plan to increase hiring. at the same time, growth at service sector companies last month was the weakest since june. the conflicting data left wall street looking for direction. the dow jones industrial average lost almost 25 points to close at 15,889. the nasdaq rose a fraction of a point to close at 4,038. there's word today that the great majority of american silent films are now gone forever. the library of congress reported 70% of the 11,000 feature-length movies have been lost or destroyed. only 14% still exist in their original format. that's due in part to the nitrate film stock, which was especially vulnerable to decay and fire. >> woodruff: still to come on the "newshour": negotiating with iran; th
a spending plan and head off yet another government shutdown. congressman paul ryan and senator patty murray are putting together a trillion dollar package for next year and are said to be only a few billion dollars away in savings. >>> a cracked windshield forced a new orleans bound flight to return to orlando. a local tv station says southwest pilots noticed the crack on the outer part of the windshield thursday and turned back. the plane landed safely. the passengers were placed on another airplane. >>> in just about an hour, the government will release it's november jobs report. economists expect 185,000 workers were added to the payrolls. the october report registered 204,000 hires. this uptick in hiring may not necessarily be a good thing for investors. trying to figure out if the fed will end its stimulus measures. we'll bring you those numbers live at 8:30 eastern this morning. those are your headlines at this hour, guys. >> thank you. >>> coming up next on "new day," we have much more on the weather making its way east. we'll tell you which states will get the hardest hit and how yo
a factor in the crash that killed actor paul walker and his friend over the weekend. according to police the "fast and furious" star left a charity event. witnesses at the event said they heard a loud boom and saw smoke. walker was in the middle of gaming "fast and furious 7." walker leaves behind a 15-year-old daughter. he was 40 years old. >> really. isn't that bizarre? came from a charity event and he gets in one of the cars and the guy drives off with him -- >> he was the passenger in the car. >> passenger in the car and runs into a pole and blows up. >> yeah. the pictures of the scene afterward you can hardly make out it was a car. i never met him but he was a very kind, generous, humble guy. awful tragedy. >> "wall street journal," black friday deelts and early opening hours on thanksgiving weren't enough to convince shoppers to spend more as weekend data is showing consumers spent $1.7 billion less than last year. 45 million people went shopping on thanksgiving day a 27% increase but came at the expense of black friday sales. retail groups are attributing the decline to a slumping
paul ryan and senate democrats are working on a plan. if they can get it done, it could help the government avoid a shut down for the next few years. we have more from washington. >> i'm glad to be here. >> the 29 members of congress who sit on the budget conference committee have nine more days to come up with a fiscal plan they can sell to their colleagues. december 13 is the last day both the house and senate are scheduled to be in session this year. that's d-day for the budget conference. don't expect to it accomplish major savings and reform. >> i don't expect a grand bargain. i don't expect a medium bargain. that i expect a mini bargain. >> both sides want to avoid a looming deadline january 15, which is when a government shut down would be triggered unless congress reaches a deal. many hope to face the spending cuts known as sequestration. >> the sequester was designed to be the worst of all possible fiscal policies, so oh unacceptable that both political parties would run away from it and come to some better agreement. >> congress couldn't agree and the cuts kicked in
majority leader cantor and hoyer on the u.n. legislative agenda. >> kentucky senator rand paul will be speaking at the detroit economic club friday to announce his new proposal on jobs and the economy. you can see a live starting at 12: 35 eastern here on c-span. and on c-span 3, former utah governor and presidential candidate jon huntsman and former indiana governor and senator evan bayh will talk about bipartisanship. live at 12: teen p.m. eastern. -- 12:15 p.m. eastern. >> things escalate so quickly. a moment that seemed so loving can just turn and flip and be so out of control. this is one of those days and it leavewith adam packing to and going through his things and finding a hidden handgun. he said i just want to take this and sell it if i want some money. on top of the other pressures, they have no money. just held the gun and he went in the room and came out with a shotgun and really tried to jam it at her. he wanted to get her go so much that she would pull the trigger and kill him. this is based on what she told me -- she wanted to. >> david hinkle follows a man sund
is now in the most you will area, and paul could scarcely travel the road to demascus in syria. the debate in the house of commons began with a staggering statistic, namely that one christian is killed every 11 minutes somewhere on earth for their faith. one christian is killed every 11 minutes somewhere on earth for their faith. the focus of the commons debate was on the persecution of christians, several noted that whether or not you are a person of faith, all should be concerned by this troubling trend. ultimately, freedom of religion weather for s a bell other cherished freedoms where this first freedom is compromised, the whole human rights is under assault. in country after country, freedom of religion is indeed compromised and christians, to borrow a phrase from history, are the eye of the gathering storm. this is perhaps no more true than in the middle east. here we see governmental, societal and communal violence and repression against religious communities with specifically targets religious minorities, including christians. these realities have been exacerbated by th
will be live. and later on c-span, kentucky senator ran paul will talk about jobs and economy at the detroit club and the remarks come after detroit was ruled to proceed with their chapter nine bankruptcy. >> i am a combat vet. i served in the navy for seven years before i was retired. i contracted a lung disease and crushed my hands and had to have them rebuilt. i have hundred percent disabled and my life expectancy is less than two years. i don't need anything from the va. my claim took four years. not once did i ever present one single piece of new evidence. the entire claim was submitted fu fully developed before i was discharged from the navy. i am here not to represent my claim or my issue. my husband and i are here to make sure this panel and everyone that listens to us understand that cases mike like own and ms. mcnut with not isolated. i have dealt with 1,000 cases in the last six months of veterans and spouses and children who are dealing with complex claims that are being denied over and other than again or being low-balls. >> a committee on dealing with the va's backlog of proces
to pay paul. moving forward, the republican majority wants to eliminate hundreds of thousand if not millions more students from the pell grant program. the republican passed budget will do exactly that by cutting $98 billion from that program alone. to be sure, students and families continue to struggle to afford the cost of a college degree. skyrocketing college costs in recent years have eroded the purchasing power of the pell grant. forcing pell grant recipients to increase. their reliance on student loans next year's maximum pell grant award of $5785 will cover a smaller share of college cost since the start of the program. it's troubling to me to know that pell grant recipients are already more than twice as likely as other students to have student loans. in closing i want to say that this congress is working to reauthorize the higher education act. i urge my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to value the pell grant program as a piece of the larger budget discussions and not limit themselves to solving short term funding problems with long lasting cuts to student aid
" is life -- today on c- span, will "washington journal" is live. paul, senator rand speaks. minutes, national institutes of health director dr. francis collins. andiscusses the role of nih the effect of automatic spending cuts on their work. at it a clock a.m. eastern, of anthony fauci, director the infectious diseases research. talkster, erica green about how human genome research is changing medical treatments burden on a clock, national cancer institute director dr. harold varmus gives an update on camncer research. later, dr. thomas insel. >> we have lost one of the most influential and profoundly good ever beings that we will share time with on this earth. he no longer belongs to us. he belongs to the ages. good morning. the world is remembering a south african leader. this headline this morning from "the los angeles times" on the passing of nelson mandela. here in washington and around the country, flags are at half staff to pay tribute to africa's first black president.
] >> later tonight on c-span, we will have remarks by kentucky senator rand paul who poke at -- spoke at the detroit economic club and talked about dealing with jobs and the economy. his comments tonight at 8:00 eastern on c-span. >> i served in the navy for seven years before i was medically retired. i contracted a terminal lung disease in iraq and crushed both of my hands and had to have them rebuilt. work and theer life expectancy is down less than three years. the complicated claim took four years to adjudicate. i am here not to represent my claim or my issues. my husband and i are here to make sure that this panel and everyone that will listen to us will understand that cases like and unfortunately like others, are not isolated. just in the last six months, they are dealing with complex claims that are being denied over and over again. >> e-house veterans affairs subcommittee hearing on dealing with the backlog and processing disability claims. the current morning show host, joe scarborough. a.m.past midnight at 12:15 and 50 years ago, as a nation the vice president was sworn int
. if i'm an able politician, i'll be able to persuade my wife. >> senator rand paul responding to questions on whether he's able to run for president. also new jersey chris christie's name has been thrown in. who are some of the other names? we turn to the president and ceo, way rashburn, founder and owner of probably the best restaurant chain, la casina. you're always everywhere. finance chairman of the rnc. you meet with donors and voters all the time. what are republicans looking for in the 2016 campaign? >> looking for three things. somebody who can govern, lead, and win. a lot of money spent in the primaries that ended up being wasted. this time they want to focus on someone that can win. >> you said govern, a quality. that suggest someone who runs something like a state. >> also shows the current occupant of the white house can't govern. >> room for a senator right now? >> right now at the rnc we're building our grassroots platform, structuring the party, the platform. from the senate standpoint, this he have to prove they can lead. >> show us some of the names. mark coul
? if this is the case, let israel have more of the high ground by paul -- calling his bluff. winning the debate, and changing completely its positioning, and be in a much better position regarding iran, where people do not listen to us right now because of ongoing occupation. >> it is not our dialogue, but i think all of our direction on the palestinian region, it is the wrong direction, and we must take a timeout for some time to explain for ourselves why are we in this deadlock. least favor up until today. the second, iranian issue. i do not discuss publicly the iranian issues, and i'm not ready to say something in addition to what i said. i think it is really syria's decision, and stereo's this vision is impossible not to interview, it is a long discussion. i'm not sure that all the people here have all of the information, and they know to take decisions out and understand all of the this is in picture and details. --is not like and white black-and-white. must take the decisions, not in public opinion, but really in some discussions in the cabinet with people that have all of the information
, and republicans are not willing to do tax hikes. paul ryan and patty murray basically decided that they were not going to go after the sacred cow of the other party. they were just going to it something that was possible, and they decided by looking at all these failed attempts in the past, we will not go there. we will do something that is much smaller, but doable. host: we are talking with ian swanson. there will still be a big budget debate in early 2014. what does that look like? will: one thing this deal not do is it will not raise the debt ceiling. at some point exterior they will have to do that. it is a legal -- little difficult to forecast when it will be, in part because the economy is starting to behave more strongly and as a result that extends the time in which the treasury department can do things. they call them extraordinary measures, to prevent hungers from having to raise the debt ceiling. at some point in time congress will have to do that. the earliest is february, but much more likely that it is sometime close to the spring or even the beginning of the summer . then you
of obamacare. host: paul from pennsylvania joining us on our independent line. you're on with the representative. caller: good morning. back in 2010 when the arguments were taking place, senator mcconnell and republicans were saying to repeal the bill. there is very little information. far as the details about the bill. things became more feverish and all of a sudden, senator mcconnell said repeal and replace. i was a little disappointed because i would like to see it go away. my insurance premium is going to go up 55% in january. since yout to know, guys have tried repeal it, symbolically, at least, 40 plus times, what you have in mind for replacement? guest: that is a great question. i mentioned a little bit ago, we have numerous alternatives but the most prevalent amongst those is the american health care reform act that has a number of things. at its core, instead of having bureaucrats and politicians in washington making these empower patients, and power consumers, and americans in their health care decision. we deal with tort reform. there is of that in obamac
had for 20 years, you're going to be very upset. it is because of obamacare. host: paul from pennsylvania joining us on our independent line. you're on with the representative. caller: good morning. back in 2010 when the arguments were taking place, senator mcconnell and republicans were saying to repeal the bill. there is very little information. as far as the details about the bill. things became more feverish and all of a sudden, senator mcconnell said repeal and replace. i was a little disappointed because i would like to see it go away. my insurance premium is going to go up 55% in january. what i want to know, since you guys have tried repeal it, symbolically, at least, 40 plus times, what you have in mind for replacement? guest: that is a great question. i mentioned a little bit ago, we have numerous alternatives but the most prevalent amongst those is the american health care reform act that has a number of things. at its core, instead of having bureaucrats and politicians in washington making these decisions, we empower patients, we empower consumers and americans in
can do better than robbing peter to pay paul. the republican majority wants to eliminate hundreds of thousands if not millions more students from the program to program by cutting $98 billion by that program allowing. to be sure, students have continued to struggle to afford the cost of a college degree. skyrocketing college costs in recent years have eroded the purchasing power of the pell grant forcing the recipients to increase. the reliance on student loans. the maximum hellbent award of $5,785 will cover the smaller share of college cost in this part of the program. it's troubling today to note that program to recipients are already more than twice as likely as other students to have student loans. in closing i want to see that as the congress is working to reauthorize the higher education act, i urge my colleagues on both sides of the idol to value the program to program as a piece of the larger budget discussions and not to limit themselves to solving short-term funding problems with long-lasting cuts to student aid. with that i yield back. >> thank you mr. hinojosa. all su
that, i don't know about the other but it seems like bo cooper, former ins general counsel, paul virtue, former ins general counsel, these are general counsels of the ins, each of them established that the president of the does have prosecutorial discretion when he gets to decide who to prosecute and who not to. that is what he did. he sent children aside, said i'm not going to longer prosecute them because they do not present an imminent threat. guess what, mr. chairman? year-and-a-half later, 500,000 of them are walking around and i assure you, because i know the way this place works, if you could find one and bring them up here that sheets how he has caused some danger or some harm that person would have already have come but the fact is they're not. they're working in congressional offices. three are working in my congressional office, filling out forms. they're american citizens in everything but a piece of paper. all i want to do, and i want to establish because the chairman is absolutely correct. i'm going to say this for my point. when we were in charge in 2007 and 2008, we were
the honorable paul cook to act as speaker pro tempore on this day. boehner, n a. speaker of the house of representatives. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the order of the house of january 3, 2013, the chair will now recognize members from lists submitted by the majority and minority leaders for mornin
deal on the budget. patty murray and paul ryan amere to be nearing some type of agreement on setting spending levels for the next year and maybe even the year after that. dealing with sequester as well as other revenue increases that aren't new taxes. con for instance report come out the next week. right now that's being included in the bucket deal. he's pressing very hard for it to be. or in a separate piece of legislation. speaker boehner left the door open. he would be open to having another extension. at this point they haven't figured out how they get it done or if it will get down. >> what happens if they can't reach a budget agreement before the break? >> there's no real repurr indication immediately. as well as leadership and maybe even the white house. >> we know they have been working on the farm bill. can we expect to see both on that next week? >> it will be unlikely to see that. they are trying to come back together. it could reach a deal next week. it's like a link between the farm bill and the budget committee conference committees. trying to get something done. but a
candidate than a senator or somebody from congress, even though i'm a paul ryan fin. but the stench of dysfunction and obstructionism that emanates from washington right now is hard to disguise and shake off. you know, i think, i think chris christie's record in jeb's record would stand up to scrutiny from republican conservatives. they may not agree with all of it, but it's hard to argue that jeb bush did not govern as a conservative in his eight years in florida. once again, he didn't raise taxes once. so i think he would be a terrific candidate, and i think, i think he is seriously thinking about it. i think he is intrigued about. he's thinking about it. he's a very self disciplined guy. so i don't think you're going -- i don't think he is going to sears to think about it and make a decision until next year, next summer, maybe a little bit later than that. around next summer. i would love to see his voice in the debate, the part of it just because i think he brings so much to the table, and because he's not going to be afraid to say what he feels he needs to stay. -- >> we will l
a ways to go. host: we have an e-mail from paul. host: talk to us about the politics of this budget negotiation. guest: well, the politics does complicate budget negotiations. if you go in a room with budget experts and the cameras are not on, you could have some logical debates about these issues. politicians -- tend to play to their base. on the republican side, you do not get a lot of votes by we should think copper mines with the democrats and that includes some tax breaks." it is easy for an opponent to attack you. on the democratic side, it is difficult to say, "we should look at these long-term benefits and maybe we should scale some of them back." that is a tough message on the democratic side. what you need to do for a long- term budget deal is compromise on those things. that is a skill that seems to be diminishing on capitol hill. i am afraid you had into a campaign season and it makes it more difficult to achieve a budget deal. in texas on our line for democrats. caller: how are you doing? louis brandeis said we must make our choice. we may have democracy or what may hav
digital reference there at "the new york times" for 17 years. paul sagan, leading-edge internet right down the road here, but also a second-generation journalist with a background in newspapers, television and digital journalism. and me, an old reporter, editor and recently escaped publishing exec it is. what we did was we sat around and they argued because we didn't really agree on a whole lot, but we're all interested in the same topic and that was the digital disruption of the journalism business. our questions were simple. what happened? how did we blow it? what could've been done differently? reargued for a while and finally we propose to our masters that we were going to do this oral history. i think they thought we were all crazy. but we had googled the topic and we found that there were 77,000 articles that have been written on the subject and we used that to say we don't need to write 77,001st articles. so we decided to target the key institutions in the key decision-makers going back 35 years in our original idea was 10 key moments, 20 key people. we will be in and out of here in
, 2013. i hereby appoint the honorable paul cook to act as speaker pro tempore on this day. boehner, n a. speaker of the house of representatives. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the order of the house of january 3, 2013, the chair will now recognize members from lists submitted by the majority and minority leaders for morning hour ebate. the chair will alternate recognition between the parties with each party limited to one hour and each member other than the majority and minority leaders and the minority whip , but in o five minutes no event shall debate continue eyond 11:50 a.m. the chair recognizes the gentleman from north carolina, mr. jones, for five minutes. mr. jones: mr. speaker, thank you. yesterday, i came to the floor to speak about the bilateral strategic agreement and the fact that president karzai has refused to sign the proposal offered by the administration. since we have been in afghanistan, 2,285 americans have given their lives for our country and 19,514 have been wounded. the time has come for congress to understand history. from the days of alexander the great
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